Energy Resilience Conservation Investment Program (ERCIP) projects are designed to provide energy resilience to critical electrical loads at an installation or joint base, implement energy and water conservation measures and renewable energy technologies.
Recognized as subject matter experts for validating ERCIP projects, the program manager is a member of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Integrated Program Team, establishing program strategies for all U.S. military services. The team assists with developing the annual ERCIP guidance for both OSD and the G9.
The program validates DD Form 1391 (Military Construction Project Data) requests for the Department of Defense ensuring projects are complete. This includes meeting established Savings to Investment Ratio (SIR) goals and ensuring the most viable projects, as established by the DoD ERCIP criteria, move forward for potential funding.
ERCIP projects are prioritized within three categories:
- Energy Resilience
- Energy Conservation
- Water Resilience
- Water Conservation
- Renewable Energy Technologies
The ERCIP team improves program planning efforts through the use of four techniques:
- Administrative – Ensure that the DD1391 is properly and completely filled out with appropriate and required signatures
- Technical – Utilizes the Bidability, Constructability, Operability, Environmental and Sustainability (BCOES) process. Consideration of the OSD ERA Tool output.
- Cost – Develops Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCCA) and calculates Savings-to-Investment Ratio (SIR). Develops a parametric estimate to determine project cost.
- Cybersecurity/Network Integration – Develops template language incorporated into ERCIP projects for cybersecurity processes/procedures. Determines and develops the cost of an accredited system.
Contact the ERCIP team by calling (256) 895-5240 or send an email.